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Anglian Water plans 70km water pipeline to bring water into dry East of England region

Anglian Water plans 70km water pipeline to bring water into dry East of England region

Anglian Water plans 70km water pipeline to bring water into dry East of England region

20 August 2021

It needs to address a 30 million litre-a-day water shortage.

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Why we must be sceptical of those pushing the growth agenda for Cambridge

Why we must be sceptical of those pushing the growth agenda for Cambridge

Why we must be sceptical of those pushing the growth agenda for Cambridge

17 August 2021

Opinion | Terry Macalister says organisations are paying lip service to green issues and sustainability.

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Bringing together art, science and conservation in Cambridge

Bringing together art, science and conservation in Cambridge

Bringing together art, science and conservation in Cambridge

17 August 2021

The latest in our monthly series with Cambridge Conservation Initiative.


Extinction Rebellion Cambridge protest at the BBC over climate change coverage

Extinction Rebellion Cambridge protest at the BBC over climate change coverage

Extinction Rebellion Cambridge protest at the BBC over climate change coverage

14 August 2021

Action at science park base of UK broadcaster as extreme weather events cause new levels of devastation


Extinction Rebellion Cambridge vows to return to streets as convictions are overturned

Extinction Rebellion Cambridge vows to return to streets as convictions are overturned

Extinction Rebellion Cambridge vows to return to streets as convictions are overturned

12 August 2021

Environmental campaigners win slew of victories for right to protest as Crown Prosecution Service drops cases


Consultation closing on new Anglian Water waste water treatment plant

Consultation closing on new Anglian Water waste water treatment plant

Consultation closing on new Anglian Water waste water treatment plant

11 August 2021

The sewage works could move from north Cambridge to a village site between Fen Ditton and Horningsea.

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Residents set up 24/7 watch over Alexandra Gardens trees in Cambridge to ‘keep chainsaws at bay’

Residents set up 24/7 watch over Alexandra Gardens trees in Cambridge to ‘keep chainsaws at bay’

Residents set up 24/7 watch over Alexandra Gardens trees in Cambridge to ‘keep chainsaws at bay’

06 August 2021

‘There are other options’ say campaigners as furore over insurers’ 70% pollarding demand grows.


‘Scrapping the Cambridge Autonomous Metro leaves us with no plan’

‘Scrapping the Cambridge Autonomous Metro leaves us with no plan’

‘Scrapping the Cambridge Autonomous Metro leaves us with no plan’

06 August 2021

A row has broken out over plans to scrap the Cambridge Autonomous Metro (CAM) proposals.

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Shire horses mow King’s College meadow

Shire horses mow King’s College meadow

Shire horses mow King’s College meadow

05 August 2021

The Shire horses helped cut the new meadow, which recently replaced the college’s famous neatly-manicured lawn.

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Green bin collections delayed in Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire

Green bin collections delayed in Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire

Green bin collections delayed in Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire

05 August 2021

The Greater Cambridge Shared Waste service says the delays are due to staffing issues.


Cambridge Judge deans: ‘Climate change and inequality must be tackled’ – and robots must pay tax

Cambridge Judge deans: ‘Climate change and inequality must be tackled’ – and robots must pay tax

Cambridge Judge deans: ‘Climate change and inequality must be tackled’ – and robots must pay tax

01 August 2021

‘This is about large parts of the world becoming uninhabitable’, hears Cambridge Union audience

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The Cambridge World Naked Bike Ride: Everything you wanted to know but were afraid to ask

The Cambridge World Naked Bike Ride: Everything you wanted to know but were afraid to ask

The Cambridge World Naked Bike Ride: Everything you wanted to know but were afraid to ask

31 July 2021

The ride returns on July 31.


Permission granted for major redevelopment of University of Cambridge’s West Cambridge site

Permission granted for major redevelopment of University of Cambridge’s West Cambridge site

Permission granted for major redevelopment of University of Cambridge’s West Cambridge site

30 July 2021

The development could generate £864.8million for the local and regional economy along with 11,000 jobs, but concerns have been raised over its impact.


Extinction Rebellion Cambridge protests gas pipeline running through Milton

Extinction Rebellion Cambridge protests gas pipeline running through Milton

Extinction Rebellion Cambridge protests gas pipeline running through Milton

30 July 2021

‘In 2021 we’re supposed to be phasing out all fossil fuels’ say climate change activists at site


Date set for work to reopen Mill Road bridge to all traffic

Date set for work to reopen Mill Road bridge to all traffic

Date set for work to reopen Mill Road bridge to all traffic

29 July 2021

It follows the decision by county councillors to allow private vehicles to use the bridge again.

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We all need cleaner air, better buses and fewer cars

We all need cleaner air, better buses and fewer cars

We all need cleaner air, better buses and fewer cars

28 July 2021

An opinion piece by Cllr Lewis Herbert, Labour leader of Cambridge City Council.


Mill Road bridge in Cambridge set to reopen after single deciding vote

Mill Road bridge in Cambridge set to reopen after single deciding vote

Mill Road bridge in Cambridge set to reopen after single deciding vote

27 July 2021

Now the bridge will be reopened while a “full review” of options available is considered by the county council.

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‘Part toy swap, part repair cafe’: From Chile to Cambridge, a heartwarming story

‘Part toy swap, part repair cafe’: From Chile to Cambridge, a heartwarming story

‘Part toy swap, part repair cafe’: From Chile to Cambridge, a heartwarming story

24 July 2021

How Antoinette Nestor developed a charity model for children now and in the future


Why your green bin collections could be disrupted in Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire

Why your green bin collections could be disrupted in Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire

Why your green bin collections could be disrupted in Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire

23 July 2021

The waste service has issued an update to residents.


Opposition grows to pay and display car park idea to fund Grantchester Meadows’ upkeep

Opposition grows to pay and display car park idea to fund Grantchester Meadows’ upkeep

Opposition grows to pay and display car park idea to fund Grantchester Meadows’ upkeep

23 July 2021

South Cambs MP Anthony Browne has suggested the maintenance of Grantchester Meadows could be funded by charging visitors to park at Skaters' Meadow.

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